Launch of the We are Commoners exhibition in Newtown

A new national traveling exhibition, which shows how the shared processes, skills and values ​​associated with creative creation contribute to thriving common neighborhoods, is expected to launch in Newtown when the galleries are allowed to reopen. “The commons mean: the things we share, the places we share, the systems we …

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Big banks define the past

Jeanne Lappin | Sarasota Herald-Tribune At that time, a year ago, things looked bleak. We were told the COVID-19 pandemic was going to hit us and stocks were busy crumbling into the most violent downdraft in many years. A 38% drop in just three weeks was puzzling. Jay Powell and …

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Leesburg High Beings Foundations in Personal Finance curriculum

LEESBURG – The relationship between teens and money hits the mark for Monique Griffin-Gay. In addition to being a vice-principal at Leesburg High School, Griffin-Gay is raising a 17-year-old son. She sees first-hand the importance students place on making their money work for them in the long run. Let’s say …

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Attorney General Maura Healey sues online vape company ‘Puff Bar’, alleging selling flavored tobacco products in Massachusetts

Attorney General Maura Healey is suing an online electronic cigarette company called “Puff Bar” for selling disposable flavored tobacco products in Massachusetts in violation of state law, his office Thursday. the complaint, filed in Suffolk Superior Court on Wednesday, alleges that Puff Bar and Cool Clouds Distribution, Inc. continued to …

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4 Highest LTV Crypto-Secured Loan Platforms

Loan-to-value (LTV) simply means the amount of cryptocurrency you will need to put as collateral before getting a loan. A loan secured by crypto is one of the most exciting wonders of blockchain technology. We know that banks always ask for collateral when lending you money, whether it’s real estate, …

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Never save for a rainy day!

When I grew up in the 1970s, my dad taught me and my sisters to “always save for a rainy day”. He was a child of the Depression, after all, one of the longest stretches of “rainy days” Americans have ever known. In 2021, however, America’s new national mantra appears …

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Cafe Bend fined $ 27,000 for alleged COVID-19 violations

BEND – Oregon Occupational Safety & Health has fined a Bend cafe more than $ 27,000 for allegedly violating three standards meant to protect employees from coronavirus disease. State officials said in a press release Tuesday that Kevista was deliberately continuing to potentially expose workers to the virus, despite a …

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Tigers interviews Royals bench coach for managerial position

The Detroit Tigers are going back to some of the same candidates they envisioned three years ago when they finally hired Ron Gardenhire. The last candidate of 2017 interviewed again in 2020 is Kansas City Royals bench coach Pedro Grifol. Jon Morosi from MLB Network reported on Sunday that Grifol, …

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SC orders lenders to recast loans to buyers of Amrapali

NEW DELHI : The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered the banks and financial institutions involved in the Amrapali Group case of restructuring of loans granted to home buyers. The amount is to be released in accordance with Reserve Bank of India (RBI) standards and the disbursement of other loans is …

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